ELECTRICS BY KERDAINO
KERDAINO white, … the whiteness of purity, cleanliness, precision, printing rooms, …
For decades, KERDAINO has been producing HMI keypads, with or without a cup. This know-how, which consists of depositing conductive and/or insulating ink by screen printing, to complex the materials and to integrate components, is fully mastered.
Technology monitoring has gradually guided us towards printed electronics (we are a member of AFELIM, the French association of printed electronics). The progress made with nanoparticles in recent years has allowed us to achieve refinements in screen printing hitherto impossible to imagine. These refinements pave the way for a new type of sensor that will transform control and surveillance.
Decor plates, company nameplates, front panels, overlays, keyboards, stickers, stripping, in-Mold, doming, etc. KERDAINO offers a wide range of products.
Screen, digital, offset printing, custom marking, … net, laser, punch-matrix, digital table, machining for cutting, … folding, shaping, assembly, specific packaging, …, light table control, unitary microscope control, dark room, … KERDAINO certainly has the process that suits you.
Working in metal (aluminium, stainless steel, brass, copper, etc.) and plastics (PC, PP, PET, ABS, PVC, etc.), KERDAINO offers its customers a wide range of products and know-how … and therefore solutions.
Low voltage, medium voltage, high voltage, there is a product that corresponds to each voltage at KERDAINO …
Autonomous emergency exit lighting systems (BAES) in diffusant PC, HMI / overlay for control room, embossed aluminium plate for transformer stations (MORTAL DANGER / MAN ELECTROCUTED / etc.). The dual metal/plastic control allows KERDAINO to cover all electrical and gas needs.
Project: The regulations covering autonomous emergency lighting are very strict: the colour spectrum is weak, compliance with transmittance is mandatory; KERDAINO has developed a step-by-step procedure for validation of colours to achieve the correct final outcome, which is the result of the superposition of layers of ink … repeatability.